Filled with lovely and extremely elegant goodies, the Roksanda Ilincic collection was just like a breath of fresh air at London Fashion Week. Have a nosey!
Famous for her particular aesthetic that implies a special touch
of elegance, Roksanda Ilincic showcased her fall 2013 collection at
London Fashion Week. The famous designer, who is a graduate
of Central Saint Martins, unveiled an array of wearable and
whimsical goodies, mixing textures and colors in a unique,
“I liked the idea of bringing a breath of fresh air, a bit of spring, to the collection which usually you only see in a spring collection,” said Ilincic backstage on her main source of inspiration. “Haunted girls, virginal brides - which led me to experiment with the pink,” she explained.
Roksanda Ilincic's creations were always considered as being effortlessly elegant and extremely modern. The Serbian-born, London-based designer described the ideal client who would wear her creations as “anyone who naturally gravitates to my work will look magnificent in it!”
For her fall 2013 collection, Roksanda Ilincic brought feminine
silhouettes and some ethereal shades oozing delicacy and maximum
femininity. Still, besides those soft and pretty hues, the renowned
designer also displayed pops of green and glossy blacks. Well,
elegance seems to be the the key word when it comes to Ilincic's
“It’s a very interesting question, because I think that people perceive elegance very differently in our time. To me, elegance is very important. It’s something that I have in mind when I start designing, and it’s something that I have in mind when I finish designing. So obviously, it’s almost like a guideline, and something that sets my personal taste, because I’m personally drawn to it,” the designer confessed in an interview with Another Mag.
Adventurous and otherworldly, the new Roksanda Ilincic fall 2013 collection has a few couture elements that are, in fact, a constant part of her designs. “It has always had a great influence on my work, and it has always been there. I am always coming back to it, as if I could not have enough of it,” she said. “That dream keeps fashion alive, it makes it more attractive, and brings emotions that we can’t get enough of,” the designer told Another Mag.
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